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Re: [IPp] Delayed low after exercise



Our CDE told us to make sure Kaycee is at least 150 before doing physical
activity.  After the activity she told us to cut her basals in half for 2
hours.  This has seemed to work.  Kaycee is 9 plays basketbal, tennis and
softball.  We don't follow this protocol for softball because there doesn't
seem to be as much activity during that.  Good Luck Maryann Crawford
----- Original Message -----
From: "Michael & Crystal Grant" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2003 10:27 AM
Subject: [IPp] Delayed low after exercise


> Hi everyone!
>
> My daughter Hannah (age 7) has only been on the Animas pump for 2 months
now,
> and we are still getting used to it - trying to set basals, etc. We think
we
> finally have the bedtime basals figured out.
>
> Here's our dilemma now...We are finding that Hannah does not go low during
> exercise, but about 3 - 6 hours later. We're not sure what to do in this
case.
> For example, Hannah played outside for most of the day yesterday, and even
> after supper. She came inside at about 6:30 pm to have her bath. She
didn't
> have a snack before bed, and her sugar was perfect (7.2) at this time.
But, by
> 9:00 pm, her sugar was low (3.0), and we had to give her a snack. Any
> suggestions out there? Should I have a different program for outside days
and
> inside days? Or should I have made her eat a snack before bed and lowered
the
> bolus? Has anyone experienced this? Any advice would be much appreciated.
>
> Thanks!
>
> Crystal.
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